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Utilization of medicinal and spices plants in Suranadi Village, Narmada District, West Lombok, Indonesia

Rosalina Edy Swandayani, Diah Meidatuzzzahra

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.18(1), 51-56, January 2021


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Many people of Indonesian performs medical treatment without medical assistance but through traditional medicine, specifically with medicinal and spices plants. One of them is the people of Suranadi Village in Narmada District, West Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara Province. The cultivation of home garden species like medicinal and spices plants is a rich source of nutritious food and it’s optimizing the benefits of the home garden can help reduce air pollution, increase oxygen supply and improves environmental quality and public health. Therefore, this study inventorying medicinal and spices plants in the home garden that used on the knowledge of Suranadi peoples to know the extent utilization of medicinal and spices plants by Suranadi peoples. This study used the Descriptive exploratory method with 48 plots and the descriptive analysis used to explain the result. The results showed, there are 36 species in 23 families that people of Suranadi Village used as medicinal plants, and it found that Suranadi People utilized 9 plant species in 5 families as spices plants (seasoning).


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